Realism - The Magnetic Fields Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock / Artist: The Magnetic Fields / Audio CD released 2010-01-25 at Nonesuch / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 You Mu ... more
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3 We Are Having A Hootenanny
4 I Don't Know What To Say
5 Dolls' Tea Party, The
6 Everything Is One Big Christmas Tree
7 Walk A Lonely Road
8 Always Already Gone
9 Seduced And Abandoned
10 Better Things
11 Painted Flower
12 Dada Polka, The
13 From A Sinking Boat
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**Who are The Magnetic Fields** The Magnetic Fields is fronted by Stephin Merritt and contains three other members, Claudia Gonson, Sam Davol and John Woo. They are based in Boston, MA and have active since 1989. Their music is difficult to catagorise and has been called "synthpop", "indiepop", "noisepop" and "folkpop". Merritt who writes the lyrics to the songs and is known for singing about love, albeit in a bitter and ironic way but also with a touch of humour. **So what's on this album?** Realism has just been released and is the third album in The Magnetic Fields collection of "non-synth" albums ... Read the complete review
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